“Pope Francis sounded downright woke in parts of a newly released encyclical – railing against free market, private property, racism and social injustice.”
Maybe some back water country in Africa is blessed enough to have no real government, therefore has a true free market economy.
The Vatican has stolen wealth and lands in every land they were allowed into, or invaded with a military escort.
The Pedophilic Vatican still hold these lands and wealth.
Every land the Vatican went into, they made slaves of the native people, hunted down and murdered the natives priest/shamans while forcing their dark ages cult religion evil on the natives.
It is Social Injustice the pedophilic pope lives like a king on the blood sweat and tears of the native peoples they have raped, Made slaves of, murdered for perverse pleasure and evil profit.
I propose, native peoples everywhere are the true owners of alll the wealth and lands the evil child raping church of Rome claims as their own.
It is time for the Church of Rome to Pay Reparations to the world, but pacifically to Native peoples in the Native peoples lands.
If the evil child raping cultt does not voluntarily give back what they stole, the people should confiscate any and all “church” property.
The Pope himself has condemned his own cult by his little boy raping cult’s own words condemning the little boy raping Cult’s actions.
Time to leave the Dark ages behind!
Time move into the 21st century.
The Ole Dog!
Pope Francis sounded downright woke in parts of a newly released encyclical – railing against free market, private property, racism and social injustice – but he couldn’t get through the title without offending some observers.
Francis said the Covid-19 pandemic proved that free-market policies have failed to produce the societal benefits promised by their proponents. “The marketplace, by itself, cannot resolve every problem, however much we are asked to believe this dogma of neoliberal faith,” the pope wrote in his third encyclical, called “Fratelli Tutti,” to all Catholic bishops.
So-called “trickle-down” economics fails to create the promised “spillover” that resolves inequality, giving rise to “new forms of violence threatening the fabric of society,” Francis said. It’s imperative to adopt economic policies that favor “productive diversity and business creativity,” thereby creating lasting jobs, he added.
“The fragility of world systems in the face of the pandemic has demonstrated that not everything can be resolved by market freedom,” Francis said. Countries must recover a “sound political life” not dominated by financial speculators, he said, and “we must put human dignity back at the center and on that pillar build the alternative social structures we need.”
The pope’s vision for a post-Covid world is also leftist in terms of property rights as he noted that the Christian tradition has never recognized private-property rights as “absolute or inviolable,” and there is a “social purpose of all forms of private property.” Francis said ownership of private property “can only be considered a secondary natural right,” secondary to the “universal destination of the earth’s goods” and the “right of all to their use.”
He also railed against populism, nationalism, war, social-media divisiveness, the death penalty, and social injustice, and reiterated his views on the benefits of immigration. He called racism “a virus that quickly mutates and, instead of disappearing, goes into hiding and lurks in waiting.”